Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
acting as duty co-ordinator and the Branch’s initial point of contact for out of hours accident notifications within a 4-week cycle; leading and managing a team of specialist accident investigators;
deploying to accident sites, at short notice during duty weeks, to manage the more demanding investigations; this could include travel worldwide;
directing the progress, conduct, and quality assurance of investigations, the development of recommendations, and overseeing production of the report;
dealing with individuals and organisations involved in marine accidents in what can often be stressful situations;
representing the Branch at industry fora;
contributing to MAIB’s wider management strategies.
You will have:
STCW 95 A-II/2 (Deck) Unlimited; or STCW Deck Officer (Fishing Vessel) Class 1 Certificate of Competency or STCW III/2 (Engineering) Unlimited or a degree in Naval Architecture or a Post-Graduate Certificate or higher in marine accident investigation. Royal Navy equivalency is accepted.
Relevant industry experience utilizing the above qualifications. This is taken to mean any of: experience in command or as the senior engineer afloat, or senior management in role ashore; industry experience as a naval architect; or experience as a marine accident investigator.
You will need a full driver’s licence valid in the UK and must be prepared to travel throughout the UK, as well as overseas.